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Pull-Up Valance Sewing Pattern

Pull-Up Valance Sewing Pattern
 
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This fully lined and interlined, arched valance with banding can be adapted to fit windows from 30” to 88” in width. The pattern includes instructions for adding a 1” contrasting band, however decorative fringe could be used instead. Be sure to purchase our bias tape maker and Steam-A-Seam2 for easy band application.

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Q: Is this valance actually three separate pieces with the center not attached to the pleated side sections? I'm trying to avoid one extremely long valance which becomes cumbersome to work with.
Asked by:  - 5/31/2014
A: The Pull Up is made up of three pattern pieces. A swag, a horn and a side jabot. The swags are sewn together with the middle horn making up the largest part of the valance and finished. The side jabots are finished separately.
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Q: If I were to use this pattern for the corner windows in my kitchen, which pattern would you recommend for a window seat (also in the kitchen). Or do you think the Claudine pattern with a modified jabot would work better for both windows? Thank you for your help!
Asked by:  - 6/20/2014
A: I love mixing the valances in a room while still using the same fabric. I would be happy but better equipped to answer this question if you could send me a photo of the two windows. Could you send them to caterina@patemeadows.com and I will get back with you on my thoughts promptly.
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Q: I have a double (twin) window which measures 73 inches from outside edges (wood trim) side to side. I am wondering if my window might be too wide for this style valance. Do you have any other pictures of this valance on a larger window?
Asked by:  - 8/27/2014
A: 73 " would not be too wide for the Pull Up valance. If you haven't already looked at our photo gallery, here is a link to the photos that other customers have sent in of the Pull Up. There are a couple on wider windows. http://www.picturetrail.com/sfx/album/view/5934031
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Q: I'd like to make this pattern as it's pictured (mainpicture/gray ikat fabric)- without any banding. Can I easily do this?
Asked by:  - 9/14/2014
A: Absolutely. Just omit the steps for adding the piping/banding and you are good to go.
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